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    HVR International Limited is a world leader in the manufacture of Ceramic Carbon, High Voltage, High Energy Non Inductive Resistors. Based in Jarrow, Tyne & Wear, UK, the company currently...
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    HVR International Limited is a world leader in the manufacture of Ceramic Carbon, High Voltage, High Energy Non Inductive Resistors. Based in Jarrow, Tyne & Wear, UK, the company currently...
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    MODISON was founded as a trading unit in 1965, by Mr. G.L. Modi, to deal in tool steels and export of engineering and general merchandise. MODISON now offers a complete range of silver cadmium...
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    ABB is a leading supplier of UPS and power conditioning products – ABB's PCS100 portfolio is a unique line up of low and medium voltage power conversion technology. The PCS100 power...
  • Article - 21 Aug 2001
    High maximum operating temperature, high oxygen index and low mould shrinkage compared with other filled phenolics. Finds uses in the electrical and electronics industry.
  • News - 17 Aug 2009
    The Siemens Industry Solutions Division has won a contract from Voith Paper to provide the electrical equipment for the new newsprint paper machine of Perlen Papier AG in Perlen, Switzerland. This...
  • News - 30 Apr 2009
    Siemens Energy is to supply gas-insulated 220-kV high-voltage switchgear (GIS) on a turnkey basis for power supply to an air separation plant for nitrogen production at a plant currently being built...
  • News - 14 Oct 2008
    Siemens has received an order to equip four German navy Class F125 frigates with propulsion equipment and integrated automation and control systems. The customer is a joinder of the shipyard companies...
  • Article - 29 Apr 2015
    The PCS100 MV UPS is gaining recognition in the market from the time it was launched in 2014 and inherits a lot of features from its low voltage counterpart.
  • Article - 21 Apr 2015
    In the internet and IT sectors, the affinity towards mega datacenters continues to push demand for stable power at single locations.